Lord Wandsworth College

Lord Wandsworth College (LWC) is a co-educational independent school for day and boarding pupils, located in the small village of Long Sutton on the north Hampshire/Surrey border. The College, which welcomes pupils between the ages of 11–18, occupies a 1200 acre campus and is well known for its charitable foundation.[1] The College is a member school of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference.

Lord Wandsworth College
Address
Long Sutton

Hook
,
Hampshire
,
RG29 1TB

England
Coordinates51.21442°N 0.92942°W / 51.21442; -0.92942
Information
TypeIndependent
MottoVincit Perseverantia
Religious affiliation(s)Inter- / denominational
Established1922
FounderSydney James Stern, 1st Baron Wandsworth
Local authorityHampshire
Department for Education URN116521 Tables
Head teacherAdam Williams
GenderCoeducational
Age11 to 18
Enrolment660
Colour(s)     
Former pupilsSternians
Websitehttps://www.lordwandsworth.org

Since 2015, the headmaster has been Adam Williams (previously Deputy Head of Glasgow Academy).[2]

In 2020 the College was named Independent School of the Year for Student Wellbeing[3] and was awarded the prestigious Schools of Character Kitemark by the Association of Character Education.[4]


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